Dynamic Development & Training Programs
Diversity, Equity & Inclusion
As workplaces become more diverse, having the skills to work with, serve, and support people of different cultures is crucial to your organization’s success.
- Judaism 101
- Language Awareness: Communicating with ESL Learners
- Overview of Immigration Policy
- Working with Refugee Families*
- Working with Interpreters
- Immigration and aging
- Identifying and Serving Victims of Human Trafficking
Weaving well-being into the culture of your organization has been proven to produce profound results for your employees, your clients, and your bottom line.
Making Positive Change
Mindfulness for Busy Professionals
Introduction to Stress Management
Stress Management Series
What Everyone Should Know About Depression and Anxiety
Holiday Stress Management and Seasonal Affective Disorder
Myths and Truths about Work/Life Balance
Better Sleep, Better You
Enhance your Wellbeing with Positive Psychology
Teamwork & Leadership
Teamwork fosters personal growth. Understanding how to resolve conflicts and trust teammates, empowers your team to create more impressive, sustainable results.
- Mindsets for Facilitation/Leaders as Facilitators
- Adaptive Organizations/Schools
- Mission Possible: Building an Effective Team
- Reflective Supervision
- Moving from challenging to rewarding conversations
- Optimizing Polarities-Natural Tensions in Social Systems
- Identifying and Maximizing Individual Strengths
Aging, Caregiving, & End of Life Planning
Learn strategies to help you or a loved one with resources related to aging and end of life decisions.
Advance Care Planning and End of Life Decision Making (includes Advance Directives)
Preparing Holistically for Retirement
Financial Management for Women and/or aging relatives
For more information contact Michelle Malamis at email@example.com or 248-982-5375.
Director of Business and Philanthropic Advancement
Jewish Family Services of Washtenaw County
2245 S. State Street, Suite 200
Ann Arbor, MI 48104
“We are known for great service. And we are working with the Amster Center to develop training that will more clearly lay out for our staff members, culturally competent, great service for the community.”
—Robbie Griswold, Community Partnerships Coordinator and Diversity
Zingerman’s Community of Businesses
“Having this basic information presented at work is helpful for those suffering in silence, while also opening up others to give support .”
— trainee at What Everyone Should Know about Anxiety and Depression
Chelsea Milling Company
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If you are a business or community leader looking for support, an investor or a volunteer, we would love to be in touch.
The Herb Amster Center is a division of Jewish Family Services of Washtenaw County
2245 S. State St., Ste 200 | Ann Arbor, MI 48104
Phone: (734) 769-0209